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GitHub - TUD-OS/M3: Microkernel-based system for heterogeneous manycores
This is the official repository of M³: microkernel-based system for heterogeneous manycores [1]. M³ is intended for platforms with very heterogeneous cores and in particular, simple accelerators not able to run an OS kernel (e.g., DSPs, FPGAs, accelerators for specific workloads, etc., but also general purpose cores like ARM and x86 cores). The goal is to provide spatial isolation and access to operating-system services on all cores, i.e., treat all cores as first-class citizens. This is achieved by abstracting the heterogeneity of the cores via a common hardware component per core, called data transfer unit (DTU). The DTU offers all features that are required to treat a core as first-class citizen. The most important features are secure message passing and remote memory access.
microkernel  kernel  cpu  processor  fpga  arm  X86 
10 days ago by mwishek
Debugging Macos Kernel For Fun – GeoSn0w – Programmer. Hacking stuff.
Hi there! It’s GeoSn0w. Debugging the damn kernel is a very fun thing to do (until you provoke a serious exception, that is). Unfortunately, it’s not an easy task nowadays and Apple seems to want to make it harder and harder. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  debugger  kernel  mac  osx 
12 days ago by ChristopherA
Will LM 19.1 'Tessa' include an updated kernel? : linuxmint
r/linuxmint: News, Discussion, and Support for Linux Mint

The Linux Mint Subreddit: for news, discussion and support for the Linux distribution Linux Mint.
linux  kernel  upgrade  ukuu 
14 days ago by mifepba

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